New Invicta watch

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Re: New Invicta watch

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iain wrote:
Wed Sep 23, 2020 6:37 pm
If only CW designed watches like this then they’d surely be on to a winner........
I almost pushed tea out my nostrils when I read this.... :D
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CW C65 Automatic VS Oris 65?

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FloridaPhil wrote:
Thu Sep 24, 2020 2:51 pm
Obviously Invicta didn't have access to the SH21 so they installed their own SH1T movement....
:clap: :lol:

To be honest I think this, and any other Invicta watches I can recall seeing, are all SH21.
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Re: New Invicta watch

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Thegreyman wrote:
Sat Sep 26, 2020 9:11 am


To be honest I think this, and any other Invicta watches I can recall seeing, are all SH21.
Shome mishtake, Patrick? Invicta calibre SH1T
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My own initials being SH, and school timetable abbreviations being what they are, it is probably a good thing that I never taught IT.
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Re: New Invicta watch

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FloridaPhil wrote:
Thu Sep 24, 2020 2:51 pm
Obviously Invicta didn't have access to the SH21 so they installed their own SH1T movement....
Too clever! Comment of the month. :D
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